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  • GrassValley_BH
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    If you have a KVM device that takes the output computer video and puts it over IP, sure. They is for whatever device you use to take the VGA or DVI output from the physical graphics port.

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  • system one
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    Originally posted by GrassValley_BH View Post
    You're better off using TV-output or a VGA capture hardware to view the other PC's display, or easiest (if you're not at a remote location), a KVM switch.
    KVM over IP will do the work?

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  • GrassValley_BH
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    Originally posted by system one View Post
    i think that in order to remote to the video overlay Canopus should develop a remote control software that can recognize their special drivers or something...
    That'd require a special hardware board, and well... frankly, it's not worth it.

    You're better off using TV-output or a VGA capture hardware to view the other PC's display, or easiest (if you're not at a remote location), a KVM switch.

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  • system one
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    Originally posted by kbosward View Post
    Obviously you didn't get any joy following your recent post. I have also looked into this but have not found a solution. Video overlay is implemented in hardware so it is unreasonable to expect remote control software to be able to capture this.

    Is there no option in your application to turn off video overlay? This is the only way you are going to get remote control software to work.

    Ken.
    yea i looked but there is no option like that..
    thank you for trying to look for a solution for me.
    i think that in order to remote to the video overlay Canopus should develop a remote control software that can recognize their special drivers or something...

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  • kbosward
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    Obviously you didn't get any joy following your recent post. I have also looked into this but have not found a solution. Video overlay is implemented in hardware so it is unreasonable to expect remote control software to be able to capture this.

    Is there no option in your application to turn off video overlay? This is the only way you are going to get remote control software to work.

    Ken.

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  • system one
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    Video overlay

    does anyone no of a remote control software who support Video overlay?
    does this technology was even developed?
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